Replacing a nasal bone deformity with synthetic plates

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Replacing a nasal bone deformity with synthetic plates

valdo ramo
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Can anybody tell me iis it possibke anyway to replace my septum and nsal boe deformity with sinthetic plates
For aesthetic and good function
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Dr. Ian Sunderland  |  Plastic surgery, Saskatoon
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 |  Plastic surgery, Saskatoon
No. It is best to avoid synthetic material in the nose and you will almost certainly be able to get a good result with a traditional septorhinoplasty. Any graft material needed for support or function should be cartilage and/or bone, ideally your own (although cartilage allograft - I.e. from a cadaver - can also be used if needed/desired )

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